This scheme of work contains over forty slides of material concentrating on music in film, TV, adverts and games. The slides include activities and tasks as well as information on many different composers. Videos are embedded in the PowerPoint for easy access.
This fun and informative Halloween music lesson is perfect for P5-6, KS2 and senior pupils. The lesson contains a range of activities including listening, composition and performing. The lesson is based on Camile Saint-Saëns composition, Danse Macabre.
A full set of Kodaly Rhythm cards which are useful for so many things in the music classroom. They start on the easy end and work up to introducing dotted notes and ties. These can be printed and laminated.
A booklet of worksheets appropriate for older primary children and into the first years of secondary music. There are six sets of starters, activities and extension materials, including a piano to assist with remote learning. The booklet concentrates on the treble clef, with activities to get students working on their note naming knowledge.
This Power-points covers the basics of Reading the treble clef notes and covers Keyboard playing. The resource is suitable for upper Primary and Secondary age students. It feature videos and interactive elements plus one slide per element of playing technique. Editable to include your own department name on the first slide and includes a Dos and Don’ts slide for behaviour management.
A set of 4 music theory work sheets concentrating on Note Values, Dotted Notes, Drawing Notation and Time Signatures. Perfect for P 5-7, KS2 and senior pupils. This can easily be used as a digital resource.
This PowerPoint, which includes embedded videos, contains an introduction to vocal music. Includes Opera, Choral Singing and Popular music on a colourful and engaging background. Fully animated and comes with activities too, your Level 2 or KS1-2 children will enjoy this unit of work, which could be spread over a number of weeks.